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Stolen? Safe? Egyptian antiquities controversy continues

Posted by: Mary Abbe under Art, Culture, Culture wars, Museums, Red hot, Seen elsewhere: Neat stuff Updated: March 8, 2011 - 11:27 AM

Veteran arts reporter Lee Rosenbaum, who blogs at Culture Grrl, has been covering the fate of Egyptian antiquities pretty much 24/7 in recent days as rumors of theft and looting have percolated out of Egypt. Her reports have a somewhat overwrought edge lately, but are still the most informed and timely descriptions of a fast-changing political and cultural landscape. Check Rosenbaum's update here.

Scroll down for earlier posts on this topic at this Star Tribune blog.

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